European Commission: EURES Targeted Mobility Scheme
European Commission is calling for proposals for EURES Targeted Mobility Scheme.
In accordance with the European Pillar of Social Rights, that sets out key principles and rights essential for fair and well-functioning labour markets, this action is part of the purpose to build a more inclusive and sustainable growth model, with a view to stimulating investments, creating jobs, fostering social cohesion and fairer labour mobility.
The action, as direct expression of the principle “Active support to employment” under the chapter I, “equal opportunities and access to the labour market” of the European Pillar of Social Rights, is aimed to fulfil people’s needs, supporting and promoting the implementation of tailor-made employment services and innovative forms of work, that ensure quality working conditions, to foster the placement and integration of mobile workers in the host country(ies), combined with financial incentives.
The available call budget is EUR 13.871.656,84.
This budget might be increased by maximum 20%.
The Commission expects to fund 3 – 4 proposals.
Following the key principle “Equal opportunities and access to the labour market” of the European Pillar of Social Rights, the action aims at reaching jobseekers in the EU and EEA elegible countries.
The action targets the filling of hard to fill vacancies as identified in national/EU labour market studies or other data sources. The call targets at least 4,000 placements, in particular of young people. The activities will cover the provision of direct services to jobseekers and employers, notably:
information, recruitment, matching and placement;
pre- and post-placement support to customers (e. g. profiling and pre-selection of candidates, language training or other training needs, mentoring support for trainees and apprentices);
direct financial support to candidates and SMEs (interview and relocation trip costs, language trainings, recognition of qualifications, induction training programmes by SMEs).
In order to be eligible, the single applicant or the coordinator must:
be a legal entity (public or private bodies)
be established in one of the eligible countries, i.e.:
EU Member States
In order to be eligible, other applicants (other beneficiaries and affiliated entities) must:
be legal entities (public or private bodies)
be established in one of the eligible countries, i.e
EU Member States, EEA Countries, candidate countries and potential candidates.
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